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I Don’t Want To Be In The Bill

How greatly do designers own their work? The client, I imagine, is looking for any chance to make their product as original as can be. After hiring a designer, I imagine there is a great dilemma for the client as to how much of the work’s origin is disclosed with the audience.

Designer’s names are scarcely accessible as soon as the design is witnessed. I can imagine there is a gray area in terms of how visible the designer is to the rest of the world and consumers.

Maybe artists and designers alike are training themselves to accumulate to a more incognito climate. Obviously, this is no simple task, and yet there are more proverbial bragging rights to anonymity. It does, indeed resonate longer in the world of design.